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by Brownell Library
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St. Michael's College Professor Susan Ouellette leads a discussion about the subject matter behind the book "Bread and Roses, Too" by American novelist Katherine Paterson. Susan M. Ouellette is Professor of History and American Studies at Saint Michael’s College and the author of US Textile Production in Historical Perspective: A Case Study from Massachusetts.The talk is in association with the Vermont Humanities Council's 'Vermont Reads' statewide community initiative. 
Topics: First Wednesdays, labor, women's history
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by Center for Research on Vermont
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During the War of 1812, the village of Burlington, VT, served as a supply depot, campground, and major hospital site for the United States Army. While little trace of the military's presence remains visible today, poignant evidence of this often overlooked early nineteenth-century conflict survives below ground, awaiting rediscovery. As a result of new construction projects, between 2002 and 2005, the university of Vermont Consulting Archaeology Program excavated fifteen burials on North street...
Topics: War of 1812, Burlington, Center for Research on Vermont
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by Center for Research on Vermont
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Session participants discuss the discovery of forgotten cemeteries from various perspectives and examine issues related to local communities, such as Burlington and the War of 1812 Cemetery, as well as repatriation of Native American human remains, and identifying and protecting unmarked cemeteries.
Topics: War of 1812, Vermont history
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by Champlain College
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Game Studio Seniors developed 10 games, representing a variety of genres, that were selected to be showcased at the Senior Game Show on April 27, 2018, in the Alumni Auditorium.
Topics: Champlain College, video games, game design
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by Champlain College
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2019 Champlain College student video showcase
Topics: student video, Champlain College
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by Cradle to Grave Arts
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The Bus Barns Project was a site-specific dance/theatre performance presented June 9 & 10, 2000 that focused on transportation and its effect on our lives. It honored this 130 year old public transportation site – Vermont Transit Bus Repair Barns – and opened the door to its new incarnation as affordable rental housing and start-up businesses. The Bus Barns Project was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington’s Community and Economic Development...
Topics: Burlington, Vermont history, transportation, public transportation
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by Cradle to Grave Arts
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The Neighborhood Project was a trio of public art performance events during 1999 that explored, through the lens of art, Burlington's urban places. They focused on the city's inhabitants, their homes, their gathering places, the memories shared and those uniquely individual, and addressed the question: What makes a vibrant neighborhood? This was produced in partnership with Burlington Community Land Trust and Burlington's Community and Economic Development Office.
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by Ferrisburgh Children's Theater
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Ferrisburgh Children's Theater presents  Little Red Robin Hood ,   featuring 5th and 6th graders from Ferrisburgh Central School. Produced by special arrangement with Pioneer Drama Service, Inc.
Topic: school play
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by Fleming Museum
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A Conversation with Alison Bechdel, James Kochalka, and Edward Koren: Vermont Cartoonist Laureates Past and Present. Co-sponsored by The Center for Cartoon Studies with support from UVM’s Center for Research on Vermont
Topics: cartoons, illustrators, graphic novels
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by RETN
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2011 CCV student Shawn Roberts speaks of the importance of head protection in action sports.
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by RETN
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2011 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Michael Jager of Solidarity of Unbridled Labour presents at THE CANNABIS CONVERSATIONS, hosted by Nectar's and organized by the Vermont Cannabis Collaborative. The Vermont Cannabis Collaborative mission is to support development of the Vermont cannabis industry so that it is imbued with Vermont values and achieves the greatest contribution to Vermont’s needs in economic sectors including medical, recreational, tourism, agricultural and specialty foods. VTCC steering committee members include...
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Phil Baruth focuses on Patrick Leahy's stunning underdog election to the Senate in 1974. It is a story that no one has told in any real detail, but it is in essence the story of Vermont's entry into the postmodern campaign era. Leahy prevails - in spite of the damning facts of being very young, very Catholic, and worst of all, a committed Democrat - because he and his team adopt a ground-breaking approach to media: Leahy's battered sedan becomes an ersatz production studio, capable of producing...
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by RETN
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Sharon Webster reads an untitled poem at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Dr. Nicholas Massa, Professor and Program Coordinator, Springfield Technical Community College in Springfield MA speaks of his experience in leading educators, students and businesses through problem based learning processes.  Recent projects include the development of a state of the art wind generator adopted by a MA company, creating stormwater drainage in Philadelphia low income neighborhoods, and transforming a cranberry bog to be ready for production.
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, Motivated Learners, PBL, Problem Based Learning, stem education
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What titles have made the 2010-2011 list and how can you get your students to grab them off the shelves? Join members of the GMBA committee for an introduction to the 15 finalists and pick up some great tips on getting teens involved with this award as we present online book discussions, video booktalks, online reviews and more. Fifteen great books; 15 wonderful ways to connect a community of readers.
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, Dynamic Landscape, GMBA Committee, books, reading, teen literature
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At THE GUND INSTITUTE, we're responding to recent events in NYC by applying our science to develop real SOLUTIONS for many of the grievances raised by the protesters occupying Wall St. We seek to shift from a focus on growth at all costs to a focus on quality of life and fair distribution of wealth and of power. THE PEOPLE ARE READY for a new economics. It's time to open up the toolbox and rework the rules of the system together.
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, Gund Institute, community development, Economic Solutions Worth Spreading, money,...
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At THE GUND INSTITUTE, we're responding to recent events in NYC by applying our science to develop real SOLUTIONS for many of the grievances raised by the protesters occupying Wall St. We seek to shift from a focus on growth at all costs to a focus on quality of life and fair distribution of wealth and of power. THE PEOPLE ARE READY for a new economics. It's time to open up the toolbox and rework the rules of the system together.
Topics: RETN, RETNVT, Gund Institute, community development, Economic Solutions Worth Spreading, Occupy...
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Shay Gestal is a violinist and singer-songwriter from Craftsbury, Vermont. She first picked up the violin at age five and has trained and performed classically ever since. Guitar in hand, Shay launched her solo singer-songwriter career in 2014. A prolific songwriter, she weaves stories about crabapples and canoes, grace and silver linings, cherry wine and sunshine. She finished her three-part, year-long 'Burlington to Boulder' tour in December 2015. She is currently organizing the production...
Topics: ArtsRiot, Vermont music, Rocket Shop Live, Shay Gestal
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, explains how to start your own community group and provides resources. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT
Topics: disability, GLBTQIA
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by RETN
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Get ready for spring with Peter Shea! He'll discuss his book Vermont Trout Ponds. Peter Shea has a thirty-five year history of writing and publishing on outdoor topics, mostly trout fishing and mostly Vermont. His latest title is Vermont Trout Ponds, a personal selection of some of the author’s favorite lakes and ponds. Peter and his wife Carol have one daughter and live in Burlington. He is Director of Corporate Support at Vermont PBS, and continues his love affair with trout fishing. Watch...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Students from Edmunds Middle School in Burlington, Vermont, interviewed voters about what it means to be a citizen. Two students share their experience and what they learned. Edmunds Middle School Art teacher, Judy Wolf, is an alum of RETN's iPad workshop, and she used the skills she learned to help her students produce wonderful short videos about what it means to be a citizen. This interview is with two of the students. It was shot on an iPad and edited in Final Cut Pro X.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2011 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Kerrin McCadden reads her poem entitled "When I Have Written the Field Book of Common Ferns" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Merrick Mendenhall: "Life Behind Sunglasses" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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This short documentary looks at the Big Picture program at South Burlington High School. This piece was created during an internship at RETN in the spring of 2013 by SBHS student, Sandra Burt.
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On October 5th, 2012, students from Williston Central School queried several candidates for national and state office. The students asked the candidates tough questions and it was a good opportunity to learn about who you're voting for. RETN will be airing the forum at 8 p.m. on Channel 16, Monday, October 8th, 2012. You can also see the video online at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NluL2k.... However, we understand that in this modern world you might not have time to watch the whole event....
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The Young Writers Project Inc. is an independent non-profit that aims to engage youths in writing, help them get better at it and publish their work to external audiences. As part of its core mission, YWP devotes much of its focus on the students who need help the most — youths who feel isolated by geography, by disadvantage or by belief that writing is not important and/or that they're no good at writing.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2014 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Dr. Wendy Woloson, professor of history at Rutgers University discusses the history of sugar and the confections that were made with it. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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Robert McKay is from Burlington, Vermont. His first collection is Cities of rain (Honeybee Press, 2012). Recent poems appear in Siren, OccuPoetry, Measure, and others, and criticism in Visions of Joanna Newsom (Roan Press, 2009) and The Occupied Oakland Tribune. He is associate editor of The Salon, a letterpress journal. http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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Run Vermont talks to On Track physical therapist, Brian Loeffler, about tips for runners to prevent aches and pains from becoming injuries. Copyright 2015, Run Vermont, www.runvermont.org
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founder Speaker Series featuring Sascha Mayer and Christine Dodson of Mamava. Featuring female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Every month, from January to June, two speakers representing a featured industry will share the story of their business, how to get started, lessons learned, where they hope to go in the future, and more....
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Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2013 event was held at Main Street Landing's Film House on the waterfront of Burlington, Vermont, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. RESOURCES http://www.youngwritersproject.org http://www.retn.org/young-writers-pro... http://digital.vpr.net/term/young-wri... http://burlingtonbookfestival.com
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THE WORKING LAND: OUR RELATIONSHIP TO PLACE Shelburne Museum - October 10, 2015 Susan Abbott’s oil and watercolor paintings examine the specifics and mood of place, especially the New England working landscape. She is a participating artist in the Eyes on the Land exhibit, organized in partnership with Shelburne Museum and the Vermont Land Trust, thirteen Vermont artists and the owners of conserved Vermont lands. ARTIST STATEMENT "I discovered from my visits [to the Johnson Farm in...
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FIRST WEDNESDAYS - Brownell Library Dec. 3, 2014 UVM professor emeritus Frank Bryan argues that America’s adoption of presidential term limits not only weakened the Presidency, but also perhaps the Republic itself.
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 4, 2015 Vermont poet Judy Chalmer reads her poem entitled "An Experimental Apparatus" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont. http://retn.org/poetry
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Ornithology enthusiasts explore the Queen City's feathered residents and what they can teach us in "Birds of Burlington." Presented by Allan Strong, Professor of wildlife and natural resources at UVM, and Trish O'Kane, Environmental researcher and lecturer at UVM. Burlington Geographic, and this unfolding story of Burlington's place-based identity, is the current focus of the  PLACE (Place-based Landscape Analysis & Community Engagement) Program , an initiative of The University...
Topics: Wildlife, Birds, Environment, UVM
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This is the second part of a 2-part series. First part is at http://youtu.be/WtOOOAO52bg
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FLETCHER FREE LIBRARY - April 30, 2016 Vermont poet Bud Lawrence reads her poem entitled "Before Lessons Youngsters" at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington, Vermont.
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Kidnapped by humans and raised in a research facility, Jett was taught to believe his own race of demons insidious and violent. But a friendship with the archangel Raphael shatters Jett's reality. Caught between two worlds, his first months of freedom find him lingering on the fringes of his home colony, Sanctuary. When the human who stole Jett captures another demon youth from Sanctuary, Jett learns of the real plan—to steal Raphael's archangel grandchildren. Jett wants to bring his captor...
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Spindle & Widget's Gin Ferrara demonstrates a variety of basic shot types that will make your mobile movie so much better.
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University of Vermont Professor Emeritus of Political Science, Frank Bryan, talks about Vermont as an ideal small-scale laboratory for research on pressing global issues. http://uvm.edu/-crvt http://retn.org/crvt
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The Young Writers Project Inc. is an independent non-profit that aims to engage youths in writing, help them get better at it and publish their work to external audiences. As part of its core mission, YWP devotes much of its focus on the students who need help the most — youths who feel isolated by geography, by disadvantage or by belief that writing is not important and/or that they're no good at writing.
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Eric Ford is currently the Communication Director at Burlington City Arts, where for the past 8 years in addition to his work roles, has regularly programmed contemporary film series. Ford is also the Co-Founder of the Burlington Film Society, which began in 2012, and on the advisory board of the Vermont International Film Foundation. Eric attended the Maine College of Art and graduated with a BA in Communication from the University of Southern Maine. He lives in Westford, VT with his wife and...
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A Vermont resident shares her opinion on whether or not to base F-35s in Burlington.
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Ava Kendrick: "Wishes" Millennial Writers on Stage is presented annually by the Young Writers Project and Vermont Public Radio. The 2014 event was held at Burlington, Vermont's Fletcher Free Library, during the annual Burlington Book Festival. http://retn.org/young-writers-project
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2013 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Jess Polanshek is an emerging Vermont artisan working in illustration. One of several emerging artists from "The Artists of Frog Hollow" series: "Emerging" features four emerging Vermont artisans working in a variety of mediums including Jon Black (jewelry), Jess Polanshek (illustrator), Marta Sulocka, Made of Cloth (fiber) and Noel Bailey (ceramics). Each filmed segment is being created by a different emerging filmmaker from Vermont. " "The Artists of Frog...
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March 19, 2014 "Drawing from influences like Paul Simon, Wilco, The Beatles, Damien Rice, and embracing a "pop sensibility and improvisational style reminiscent of Allen Toussaint" (BURLINGTON CITY ARTS), Joshua's growing repertoire of original music is a blend of playful blue-eyed soul, handclap-heavy rock, and tender balladry---tied together by his soulful, haunting vocals and lyrics that toe the line between cryptic and brutally honest." -joshuaglass.com Rocket Shop LIVE...
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A Vermont resident shares her opinion on whether to base the F-35 in Burlington
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Fall 2012 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Phoenix Books is a local, independent bookstore that hosts frequent events where local and not-so-local authors talk about their work. The Authors is produced by Phoenix Books staff with training and equipment provided by RETN.
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The Vermont Center for Emerging Technologies and Hotel Vermont present the Female Founder Speaker Series featuring Jovial King of Urban Moonshine. Featuring female entrepreneurs from around the state, the series aims to share what it takes to start a company from the ground up. Every month, from January to June, two speakers representing a featured industry will share the story of their business, how to get started, lessons learned, where they hope to go in the future, and more. This is a media...
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THINKING OUT LOUD - CCV, Spring 2015 A Community College of Vermont student shares their opinion about an event or issue important to them and their community.
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Maker Faire is becoming one of the world's premier events that includes an exhibit of arts, technology, and science. Vermont is poised to hold its first Maker Faire called the Champlain Maker Faire at Shelburne Farms Saturday September 29. Dale Dougherty, who recently appeared on CNN's Next List and was honored at the White House as a Champion of Change, discusses Maker Faire and what it means to restore America's ability in making things and to engage all of us in science, technology and...
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The VYO performs the fifth movement from Nicolai Rimski-Korsakov's "Capriccio Espagnol" at the Flynn Center in Burlington, Vermont.
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MILLENNIAL WRITERS ON STAGE - Jan. 2016 Paige Hauke reads a piece titled "Grungy Thumbs and Cracked Sidewalks." This special Millennial Writers on Stage event was presented at the RETN Media Factory with production services provided by RETN. Millennial Writers on Stage is a program of the Young Writers Project. more at retn.org/ywp
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EDUCATION: JOIN THE CONVERSATION Episode 104 The Vermont Agency of Education and RETN visit St. Albans City School to explore middle school technology integration. Hosted by Secretary of Education Rebecca Holcombe and featuring AOE Education Technology Coordinator Peter Drescher, teachers John Cioffi and Brian Clark, and several students. more at retn.org/education
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The war in Vietnam, which lasted at least 25 years, had a huge impact on the psyche of the nation and has informed approaches to foreign policy ever since. This fall, Vermont PBS will be airing a 10-part series produced by Ken Burns on the Vietnam war and its on-going repercussions. Vermont’s Senator George Aiken was a member of the Senate Foreign Relations committee during 21 of these critical years and is famous for saying: “'Let's Declare Victory and Get Out!.” But did he say that?...
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Lillian Kennedy is a landscape artists operating out of, and enjoying the gorgeous nature within, the Champlain Valley. Learn more about her work here: lilliankennedy.com/ PechaKucha Night Burlington is presented by the Fleming Museum, Burlington City Arts, Shelburne Museum, and the ECHO Lake Aquarium and Science Center. Media services are provided by RETN. Additional support is provided by Seven Days. pechakucha.org/cities/burlington-vt retn.org/pechakucha uvm.edu/-fleming ::::::::::::...
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Spirits of Vermont is a studio interview series centered around the craft spirits industry of Vermont. On this episode we bring Dominic Metcalfe of Vermont Distillers in to talk about his family's business, how receptive Vermont is to this growing industry, and how distillers are creating opportunities in the green mountain state.
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Xenia Dunford is a musical nomad and unabashedly honest lyricist, Xenia's music is made of the stuff of life. Her songs are inspired by the human condition and heavily steeped in her own experience. She is a trained vocalist, self-taught multi-instrumentalist, mildly amusing amateur author, and an impetuous ingenue desperately seeking love and affection with a penchant for alliterative banter... all without seeming too desperate. ArtsRiot: artsriot.com/events/rocketshoplivenovember Big Heavy...
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Burlington School Superintendent Yaw Obeng provides information on the proposed 2016-2017 school budget. Burlington voters will go to the polls on March 1st and cast their ballots on the school budget. For more information about the budget visit bsdvt.org. For Burlington Town Meeting voting information and a list of polling sites visit burlingtonvt.gov/CT/Elections.
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Without customers, how can a business survive? How do you get customers for your business? The secret is having a solid marketing strategy which speaks to a customer community. Through marketing specifically to your customer segment, you will close the sales and be on your way to a profitable business. Please join us as we discuss some of the concepts which will help you to understand what's important to know to build your Marketing Plan. Champlain Valley SCORE  is an all-volunteer...
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What can we hope for as the Middle East evolves? Former CIA Chief of Counterterrorism Haviland Smith considers whether greater self-determination in the region will bring democracies, military dictatorships, Islamic governance, or no clear result at all.
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Climate change, diminishing energy resources, healthcare inflation, job and workforce shortages, and value added economic development require a new type of thinking and culture – a culture that stimulates innovation, creativity beyond past paradigms, and people helping people to allow for a future of optimism, growth, and prosperity. When properly supported and delivered, STEM education – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – combined with art, business, a cross section of...
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Phoenix Books is a local, independent bookstore that hosts frequent events where local and not-so-local authors talk about their work. The Authors is produced by Phoenix Books staff with training and equipment provided by RETN.
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CONVERSATIONS: THE POWER OF CURIOSITY Nissa Kauppila and Walter Wick explore what it means to be curious and consider the ways in which curiosity has shaped their personal and professional lives. Moderated by Fran Stoddard.
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CCV students produce short opinion pieces at The Media Factory in Burlington, VT.
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Host David Frye, from the Pride Center, speaks with community advocate, Charlene Willey. David Frye is the Disability Network Group Facilitator at the Pride Center of VT. Paul Engels is the producer of the show and a local activist. To watch more videos produced in Vermont, including documentaries, local events, and more, visit any of the following RETN sites: http://www.retn.org http://www.youtube.com/retnvt http://www.youtube.com/pknbtv http://www.youtube.com/vtschools
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